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Two women taken to hospital after one car crash in Macduff


By Jonathan Clark

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TWO women were taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on Sunday after a one-car crash in Macduff.

A black car collided with a home on the town's Union Road shortly after lunch time.

The woman, aged 36 and 65, are not believed to be seriously injured.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "We were called to reports of a one-vehicle crash on Union Road, Macduff, around 1.20pm on Sunday, June 21.

“Emergency services were in attendance and there does not appear to be any serious injuries. Two women, aged 65 and 36, were taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

"The road was closed to allow for uplift of the vehicle and reopened after 4pm."

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